The Texans have signed cornerback Jacques Reeves away from the Dallas Cowboys, according to the Houston Chronicle. Reeves agreed to a five-year contract worth $20 million on Saturday and will enter training camp in competition for a starting position in Houston's secondary. "I'm very excited," said Texans' General Manager Rick Smith. "We feel Reeves is a good, young player who is on the rise. And we think he will really add to a defense that is full of good, young players."
Texans Add CB Reeves To Secondary